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    Feb 28, 2010
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    Parallels Desktop issues
    I've got the latest version of Parallels Desktop running on my MacBook Pro. I lately after I've used it to run Windows 7 32-bit it seems to reject/lose the partition I've made through Boot Camp. I don't know if this means that my hard drive is bad or what. My hard drive is 160GB if that helps at all. I don't mess with any of the major settings in Parallels just the little minor ones that let me change which space it opens up in. Any info is helpful. Thanks!

    I should say to that it's done this twice now.
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    Aug 04, 2010
    Im sorry for the troubles youre having. To solve the problem as quickly as possible I recommend submitting a support ticket with the Parallels team Customer Service and Support.

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